Getting ready for Fall

October 13, 2010

Fall is not my favorite season, but it does contain my favorite holiday – Halloween. We’re gearing up for our 12th Annual Halloween party (and already starting to plan for #13 next year). This involves temporarily transforming my writing space into Satan’s Chalet (complete with life-sized coffin and papier-mâché Gateway to Hell entryway).

Fall also means nanowrimo (National Novel Writing Month). This will be my third year; so far, I have a vague idea, but no real plan.

On the Work in Progress front, Where You Least Expect It is with beta readers; hopefully there aren’t too many major issues and I can get it subbed by by the end of the year. I’m also in the middle of story boarding the first novel-length story I started way back in 2007 and just managed to finish recently. It has major issues, mostly because I went on an exposition kick and have pages and pages with no dialog. Ugh. Not reader friendly.


One Response to “Getting ready for Fall”

  1. Dolley Says:

    to not answer after 450+ comments from infuriated members, is a sign of incredible cowardliness on your part." It could be that they're probably all too busy with their kids today. Matt Cutts tweeted "today is 'bring your child to work day'. Wonder how many kids will be in our quality launch meuetng?&qtoi; So as Rome burns, Matt and co. seem to be oblivious to the havoc they have created.

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